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Centre Island

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Jigme
Jigme
January 27, 2020
A nice island retreat from the city. There is a ferry at Jack Layton Ferry Terminal that you can take to get to the island.
Adele
Adele
January 26, 2020
This gem is a short ferry ride away from downtown. There are beaches for swimming, paved pathways that are ideal for walking or biking, and lots of grassy areas with trees that can be used for relaxing or picnics. The ferry ride over, and some areas of the island, offer lovely views of the city…
Natalia
Natalia
January 12, 2020
Centre Island comprises 600 acres of parkland off the shore of downtown Toronto. Just a few minutes away by ferry, Centre Island is home to Centreville Amusement Park and other family-friendly attractions, loads of green space, bicycle paths, eateries and more. It is a great escape from the city…
Lynn
Lynn
January 3, 2020
Day trip! Take a ferry to Toronto's island with lots of activities available
Tyler
Tyler
November 21, 2019
Very beautiful with beaches. Summertime would be the only time you’d wanna visit:P Ferry or taxi boat to get too and from*

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